In regards to Judi's posting. Typically you are responsible for any piping in your property, up and to your property line. From the property line to the street varies by jurisdiction. Most of the time you own that as well. Get at least 3 quotes before you proceed to install new piping. And if you have Orangeberg piping, you will need to replace the entire line. It's the best solution all around. Should you replace one section, you will need to do another section within a short period of time, and the next section will cost as much as the first. Doing the entire line will cost only a little more than replacing one section of pipe.
Ray Vin Zant